Events

EdTech Center: EdTech Strategy Sessions

Virtual

Each EdTech Strategy Session includes two lightning talks, time for Q & A, and a thirty minute breakout session with the speaker of your choice! Virtual Reality for Workplace Readiness […]

VALRC: Data Office Hours

Virtual

Data Office Hours is an hour long, ongoing monthly meeting for anyone involved in adult ed data collection and reporting. This session provides support for policy and practice related to […]

VALRC: Teaching Writing: Strategies for Organizing & More

Online

This webinar explores how teachers can leverage strategy-based instruction to support learners in organizing their writing and developing their skills as writers. The Teaching Writing series is targeted at ABE/ASE English language arts instructors, but anyone who teaches writing is welcome to participate.

Switchboard: Assisting Newcomers with the U.S. Health Care System

Virtual

This training will review U.S. health care coverage options and health-related benefits, including the initial domestic medical screening available to newcomers. This foundational systems knowledge will help providers support newcomers […]

VALRC: Cultural Competence in Adult Education Webinar

Virtual

This webinar will be an introduction to and overview of cultural competence in the adult education classroom. The goals of the webinar are to provide a framework for cultural competence […]

Career Pathways Summit: Research, Practice, and Partners

VCU Student Commons 907 Floyd Avenue, Richmond, VA

Join us on Tuesday, November 1 from 9a to 12p at the VCU Student Commons for a research keynote presentation and respondent panel discussion on new research on workforce development and adult […]

VALRC: IET/IELCE PLC

Online

The Virginia Adult Learning Resource Center is facilitating a Professional Learning Community (PLC) on Integrated Education and Training (IET) and Integrated English Literacy and Civics Education (IELCE) for practitioners who are currently implementing or […]

Teaching Writing: Argument

Online

This webinar explores how teachers can support learners in developing and writing arguments, including the GED® Reasoning through Language Arts essay. The Teaching Writing series is targeted at ABE/ASE English language arts instructors, but anyone who teaches writing is welcome to participate.